Ovar'coming Together
Indiana's Nonprofit Resource & Education Organization for OVARIAN CANCER

    Our Mission

   *Create Awareness

   *Support Survivors,    
    Caregivers & Families

   *Fund Research
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Ovarian cancer clinical trials are carefully designed research studies that utilize volunteers to evaluate new treatment options. Researchers carry out ovarian cancer clinical trials to discover ways of improving medical care and treatment for those who have the disease. The purpose of a clinical trial is to determine whether a treatment option is safe and effective. A clinical trial may study new ways to prevent, diagnose and/or treat ovarian cancer.

*Clinical Trial Registries:

EmergingMed - A service that connects patients to cancer clinical trials, enabling users to create a detailed profile to see if they match the eligibility requirements of more than 10,000 trials in the United States and Canada. 

ClinicalTrials.gov - The largest registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and around the world, with tens of thousands of trials with locations in more than 100 countries.

Center Watch - A Boston-based company that has trial listings from more than 1,200 companies, including many of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies worldwide, searchable by medical area, geographic region, disease, or keyword.
- Ask your doctor about the   
  availability of clinical trials.

- Ask your insurance company   if costs incurred through
  participating in a clinical trial 
  are covered.

- Make sure you read and 
  understand the informed 
  consent forms before 
  participating in a trial, and 
  ask researchers how the 
  risks, side effects and 
  benefits compare with your 
  current treatment.
Clinical Trials

Ovarian Cancer
*Ovar'coming Together does not endorse or recommend any specific clinical trial, medical procedure or medical professional. Mention of professionals or services on Ovar'coming Together's website cannot be construed as an endorsement or recommendation. Ovar'coming Together's website provides links to other internet sites for informational purposes only and for the convenience of its users. When users select a link to an external website, they are leaving the Ovar'comoing Together website and are subject to the privacy and security policies of the owners/sponsors of the external site. Ovar'coming Together does not control or guarantee the currency, accuracy, relevance, or completeness of information found on linked, external websites.

Ovar'coming Together does not provide medical advice to users of its website. It strives to provide users with information to help them better understand their health, diagnosed conditions, and the current range of approaches related to cancer treatment, prevention, screening, and supportive care. Ovar'coming Together strongly recommends users consult with a qualified physician for diagnosis and for answers to their personal medical questions.